Zombies Dance In "Thrill To Give"

Thrill to Give (WTVQ ABC 36 News)
Thrill to Give (WTVQ ABC 36 News)
Reported by: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 10/31/2012 11:22 pm

Zombies flooded the streets of downtown Georgetown tonight to reenact Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” dance.

This was the third time Parks and Recreation has taught the dance to around 100 community members.

Organizers say in the past, more than 3,000 people lined the sidewalks to watch the famous dance.

While some of the dance was about Halloween fun, the night is also a food drive for the Amen House in Georgetown.

Last year, “Thrill to Give” brought in nearly 600 cans of food and around $500 for the organization.

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